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on car insurance. >>> this just into cnn. the fbi says it has now arrested the mayor of trenton, new jersey. tony mac faces a public corruption charge after a two-year investigation. feds have scheduled a noon news conference to explain the case against him. we're making phone kaucalls and will bring you more details as we get them in. >>> new polls show president obama leading his republican rival mitt romney by the largest margin since early july. a gallup poll has the president in the lead by five percentage points with 49% versus romney's 44%. president got a bounce in the numbers in the days after the democratic national convention. at 4:00 p.m. eastern today we'll release our own post-convention, post-job numbers poll. >>> that's not the only lift president obama has gotten lately. >> i can't even -- come on, man. >> look at that. >> man, i'm so excited. >> are you a power lifter or what? >> the president got a giant bear hug from an enthusiastic pizza owner. it reminded us of this picture in july when an olympic wrestler picked up the first lady michelle obama. what is it with
in to get a look inside that house. >>> fbi agents arrested the mayor of trenton, new jersey, on corruption charges today. now, these charges against mayor tony mack stem from a project to build a parking garage on city property. he is accused in a conspiracy that involves cash payments from the developer totalling $119,000. in july agents raided mack's home as well as the homes of his brother and a campaign supporter. mack denies violating the public trust. >>> and teachers in chicago are on picket lines instead of inside the classes rooms today. they have shut down the school system. shut out almost 400,000 students today. want to bring in casey wyan. he is outside an elementary school. i understand that negotiations are now ongoing. tell us what is the dispute? what are they trying to get to the bottom of between the teachers union and school administrators? >> reporter: well, interestingly enough, suzanne, it doesn't seem to be about money as much anymore. the teachers union saying that they are very close to accepting the school district's proposal of a 16% raise over the next four yea
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